Previously we took a journey towards the top 5 routes in America, let us continue with the other 5 routes that will bring you a sense of freedom and adventure.
Historic Columbia River Highway
This incredible road leads to the Oregon border. You can exercise along the mossy Sandy River Road, finally arrived at the spring Dyer community orchard and blueberry garden. The Columbia River Highway is the nation’s oldest scenic highway. In 1984 the American Society of Civil Engineers recognized it as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. In 2000 it was designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service as “an outstanding example of modern highway development”. The Columbia River Highway offers the best view of the canyon for travelers.
Texas Hill Country Route
Whether it is driving three hours or three days, we strongly recommend that you go for the Texas hill country road trip during the fall. Maple State Nature Reserve, there are thousands of maple trees, creating a surreal dream like surrounding. In late October and early November, which gradually turn yellow to red maple, forming the world’s most spectacular foliage views. Since this is a protected area, there are many rare bird species if you are fascinated with bird watching.
Virginia Skyline Highway
Skyline Drive is a 109-mile road that runs the entire length of the National Park Service’s Shenandoah National Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, generally along the ridge of the mountains. It has four separate entrances, but most people choose to enter the Royal northwest corner. Away from city life, you can immerse yourself in the vast nature that this route has to offer.
Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia and North Carolina
The route will bring you to the mountain towns such as Asheville, North Carolina, near the northern entrance of Waynesboro, as well as the south entrance of the Cherokee. You will need to accommodate at least 2 days for these towns for exploration.
Black River National Forest Scenic Byway
It is officially designated a National Forest Scenic Byway, its gorgeous waterfalls, boats docked in the harbor and the world’s highest ski jumping makes it a very attractive tourist spot. The first popular spot is the Ottawa National Forest Falls. Here you can walk the bridge, go swimming at the beach, forest hiking and camping. Also of interest is the Copper Peak, houses the world’s largest ski flying hill designed by Lauren Larsen.
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